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Ed Reed says Bethune-Cookman wanted him to take players and families on visits to Dave and Busters

Ed Reed says Bethune-Cookman wanted him to take players and families on visits to Dave and Busters
Ed Reed says Bethune-Cookman wanted him to take players and families on visits to Dave and Busters

You have to love Ed Reed, he is not holding back any punches. Ed Reed was on an interview recently with OutKick when he went off on Reggie Theus the Bethune-Cookman AD saying the coach wanted him to take recruits and their families to Dave and Busters.

“These people wanted me take families to Dave & Buster’s … for a recruiting visit?” Reed said. “My standard is too high. My standard is too high. You want me to take families to Dave & Buster’s to talk to their parents while you can hear all the bling bling and all that going on?

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“Come on, man. My standard is too high. I have high standards to coach football.”

I guess that is not a good visit place to take a recruit.

Theus had explained to HBCU GameDay that Ed Reed was “dead wrong” in the situation, and was completely aware of how Bethune-Cookman operated.

“Ed was completely aware of our situation at Bethune-Cookman,” Theus saud. “I showed him every single thing that was good about the program, and every single thing that was not good. There was no excuse for him to act like he was shocked.

“He acted like he didn’t know, but he knew. He knew everything, because I told him.”

Do you think Bethune-Cookman can fix their situation?

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